Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn
I'm sorry, what does this mean ?
For RedRay, I was just getting my prediction in before the big announcement. Despite the hype, I didn't think they would have Hollywood content. To fill the content gap, I thought they would enticing anyone who owned a Red camera capable of shooting 4k to upload their home made / independent content to a server (simiar to youtube), which the RedRay install base could download and watch. So not content most people would care about.
For Sony's list of movies, I listed the critics composite score from the movie review site RottenTomatoes. They call that the "tomato meter score". 1% is worst, 100% is best. My point was other than a couple classics, it's a fairly lousy list of movies at least as far as the critics were concerned. So not content most people buying a 4k projector would care about.
As far as the screenshots, other than the lack of screen door effect, I think the 2k screenshot looks better than the 4k (upscaled) screenshot. It looks sharper. I spent my fair share of time watching nature parks, movie trailers, and the Beauty of Japan because it was in ultra high resolution (at the time) 1080i. I can't get excited about repeating that for 4k, which means I will probably be upscaling for quite a while. If 2k content looks better on a 2k projector, that's significant. I realize it's just one set of screenshots, understand the problems with screenshots, but it's an interesting data point on the topic the none the less